AEMS Lab Publications
Published Journal Papers and Conference Full Papers
Dr. Krumdieck's personal website at University of Canterbury has a full and up-to-date list of peer-reviewed publications.
Masters and PhD Theses
Most of the Theses from the AEMSLab are available for free down-load from the University of Canterbury Library.
Nick Yannakis, Solar Economic Optimisation Of Domestic Solar Hot Water For The Commercial Market Using Consol Evacuator Tube Panels In Christchurch, New Zealand, Masters Thesis (2011)
Stacy Rendall, Minimum Energy Transport Adaptability, PhD Thesis (2011) NERI Energy Scholarship, Mechanical Engineering Department Premier Scholarship
Muavi Mohammed, Energy Constraint and Adaptability; Focus on Renewable Energy on Small Islands; Case Study: Fenfushi, Maldives, PhD Thesis (2011). Commonwealth International Scholarship, NERI UK Energy School Scholarship
Sohel Mohammed, Dynamic Model of Geothermal Power Plant, PhD Thesis (2011). Department Premier Scholarship, Industry Research Sponsorship Mighty River Power, Best Poster NERI Conference
Siti Masuri, Co-Supervisor, Mechanisms of Silica Scaling in Geothermal Power Plants, PhD Thesis (2012), Malaysia Government Scholarship
Michael Dale, Global Energy Modelling - A Biophysical Approach (GEMBA), PhD Thesis (2010). Vice Chancellor's UC Scholarship, Mechanical Engineering Department Premier Scholarship
Samuel Gyamfi, Demand Response in Residential Peak Electricity through ICT Innovation, PhD Thesis (2010). NERI Energy Scholarship, College Scholarship, AEMS Lab Scholarship
Montira Watcharasukarn, 3-D Virtual Reality Simulation for Assessment of Constrained Energy Travel Activity Adaptation, PhD Thesis (2010). Brian Mason Scientific and Technical Trust Grant, NERI Energy Scholarship, AEMS Lab Scholarship, NZTA Research Grant
Vilailuck Siriwongrungson, Characterization of Step Coverage and Conformality for TiO2 Thin Films on Nano-Structures by Pulsed-Pressure MOCVD, PhD Thesis (2009). UC Targeted Scholarship
Hadley Cave, Flow Dynamics and Deposition Kinetics in Pulsed-Transition-Regime Chemical Vapor Deposition, PhD Thesis (2008). TEC Top Achiever Scholarship, NASA Best Student Paper Award.
Lynher Ramirez, Nucleation and Growth of Zirconia by Pulsed-MOCVD, PhD Thesis (2008).
Andreas Hamm, Methodology and Modelling Approach for Strategic Sustainability Analysis of Complex Energy-Environment Systems; Case Study: Rotuma, Fiji, PhD Thesis (2007). UC Targeted Scholarship, Pacific Island Trust Travel Grant.
Shannon Page, Regenerative PEM Fuel Cell System for UPS: Design, Modelling, and Experimental Verification, PhD Thesis (2007). FRST Technology for Industry Fellowship, AUPEC 2004 Best Student Paper Award.
Hyung-C Jung, Numerical Analysis of Laser Forming, PhD Thesis (2006).
Asdis Kristinsdotter, The Production of Gas Tight Yttria-Stabilized-Zirconia This Films for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Using Pulsed-Pressure MOCVD, Masters Thesis (2006).
Jake Frye, Strategic Analysis and Modelling for Wind Energy, Masters Thesis (2006). FRST Young Scientist of the Year Award, EPECentre Scholarship.
Jamie Wallace, Development of a Commercial Carbon Dioxide Scrubber, PhD Thesis (2005). FRST Technology for Industry Fellowship.
Michael Saunders, Transport Energy Reliance Analysis, Masters Thesis (2005)
Silviu Baluti, Experimental Characterization of Pulsed-CVD Flow Dynamics, Masters Thesis (2004).
Lee Liaw, Chemistry Study for Product Development of Carbon Dioxide Continuous Scrubber (CDOCS) Masters Thesis (2004).
Lee Liaw, Market Feasibility of a Carbon Dioxide Continuous Scrubber System, MEM Master of Engineering Management Thesis (2001).
Huong Swee Yii, Commercialisation of an Electric Motor Scooter, MEM Master of Engineering Management Thesis (2001).
Tristan Wallbank, Home Heating and Health, MEM Master of Engineering Management Thesis (2001).
Chin-Wai Lim, Numerical Modelling of Droplet Flash Evaporation and Mass Transport in PP-MOCVD using Quiet Direct Simulation, PhD Thesis (2011). Departmental Premier Scholarship